KRIV-TV Fox 26 news reporter Tom Zizka recently met with Brookwoods Group Recruiting Manager, Marilyn Emanuel to discuss some of the more interesting questions that make or break a job interview.
Featured in the video below, Marilyn notes that interviewers use favorite questions to try to learn more about what makes a candidate tick and whether they may be a great fit for the job.
[Note: original video has been archived by Fox 26 and cannot be located.]
After months of searching, going through countless resumes and conducting a great number of interviews, you’ve finally found the perfect candidate. In a healthy economy like we have now, that’s no small feat. You know that this professional could add incredible value to your team, and you strongly feel that they’re a perfect fit for your organization.
Compliance specialists are in high demand in many pharmaceutical, healthcare and medicine-related industries today. And the growth in the need for them shows no signs of stopping. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be over 23,000 new jobs in the compliance sector by 2026. Over the years, rules and regulations have become incredibly complex and stringent for big industries—and they’re expected to comply with all legal formalities down to a T. So if compliance specialists are so important to safeguarding an organization’s integrity, why don’t we hear more about them? Let’s change that.
Recruiting new employees is both time-consuming and expensive. Organizations like yours know that bad hires can lead to considerable long-term costs. Hiring for an integral area like supply chain is even more tedious, since this area of the business is interdependent upon other departments in the company. It’s imperative that you hire competent and experienced talent who are the right fit for your organization.
By adopting diversity initiatives as part of our corporate cultures, we can begin to bend destructive tribalism into a positive force by opening our employees’ eyes and minds to the amazing value each of us brings to a common purpose. This isn’t merely “tolerance”; this is about truly embracing and respecting each other’s differences because it makes us all better for doing so.
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